Arteris Articles

Mesh Networking Grows For ICs

Ty Garibay, CTO at Arteris IP, adds his comments in this Semiconductor Engineering article:

Mesh Networking Grows For ICs

 

April 4th,  2018 - By Kevin Fogarty

Topics: semiconductor engineering System-on-Chip Ty Garibay SoC on-chip interconnect 2.5D AI mesh networks

Semiconductor Engineering: Getting Serious About Chiplets

Ty Garibay, CTO of Arteris IP stated, “Not only is it hard to justify the cost of these advanced nodes, it’s also hard to find people that can do it", in this Semiconductor Engineering article:

Getting Serious About Chiplets

 

January 8th,  2018 - By Ann Steffora Mutchler

Topics: semiconductor engineering chiplet System-on-Chip Ty Garibay

How to solve the "Too Much Semiconductor IP" problem? More IP!

When discussing system-on-chip (SoC) design with my semiconductor design and software development peers, the conversation eventually gets around to the problem of, “There’s just too much IP!” The feelings I hear border on exasperation at the problem of integrating IP on today’s large SoCs. Engineers who were once paid to write lines of Verilog or C code from scratch are now spending much of their time tying together commercial hardware IP and the associated software. Their jobs have changed, and they’ve had to acquire new skills and new tools to be successful.

Topics: System-on-Chip semiconductor IP interconnect fabric intellectual property

Putting the “Heterogeneous” in the HSA Foundation

In September’s article, SMP, Asymmetric Multiprocessing, and the HSA Foundation, I explained why symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) architectures have been popular in PC and server markets, and why heterogeneous or asymmetric multiprocessing (AMP) has been the norm in mobility and consumer electronics markets. I also explained the trends that are leading PC and server markets to adopt heterogeneous architectures and introduced the HSA Foundation’s goal of making heterogeneous core chips easy to program.

Topics: System-on-Chip SMP AMP symmetric multiprocessing asymmetric multiprocessing HSA foundation